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. what it was i don't know. he never talk anything bad about the war, or the walter reed or america, any of that. he was, you know, american guy. >> in silver spring, kathleen cairns, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> one neighbor at fort hood texas said hasan offered her frozen food, t-shirts, and a new quran saying he was about to be deployed overseas. >> another tragic story out of orlando where one is dead, five hurt after a shooting at a office building. suspected gunman is 40-year-old jason rodriguez. he once worked in the building where the shooting took place. people inside described the experiences. as they waited to be taken to safety. >> 5 or 6 of us. huddled in the office. hanging out waiting for the thing to come to an end. >> one of the things you see on movies. but never happens to you. >> sources say rodriguez was fired from an engineering firm based in the building two years ago. because of performance issues. >> a waldorf man knows his fate this evening after the attempted murder case of a pregnant crofton woman. keith daniels joins us with the verdict. >> prosecutors called it
on our website writing. america is headed in the wrong direction as far as our freedom is concerned. well, you can go to foxbaltimore.com and tells us what you think. and sound off through facebook. send us a tweet @foxbaltimore. text your answer to 45203. enter fox 45 a for yes. fox 45 b for no. more responses tonight on the "late edition" at 11:00. >> the acorn scandal forced congress to cutoff funding and now they are fighting congress. (inaudible). >> it all started right here in baltimore. people posing as a pimp and prostitute walk into a acorn office and you heard them how to commit tax fraud. after several other videos showing similar videos in other cities, congress passed legislation cutting the organization out of millions of dollars of public money. now lawyers for acorn are suing. they say the law is unconstitutional, because it only targets acorn. critics of acorn say the lawsuit is baseless. >> is a non-profit organization with ties to iran violating the tax exempt status? washington times is working on a story on about the national iranian american council that claims to r
. america is watching. >> the debate stretched on for months. the republicans had plenty of advanced notice. this isn't a government takeover of health care. >> it is a takeover. >> president obama said he is confident will senate will follow in the footsteps of the house and the house bill is dead on arrival in the senate. >>> there is conflicting opinion among marylanders over what will happen next. mel and? >>reporter: the senate has been struggling with its own various versions of health care reform. separate bills have been floating around the senate and include some significant differences from that house bill that passed last night. the only thing that is clear is that reform is still far from being a done deal. >> this was not about the party, but people. >>reporter: house democrats celebrated saturday night, but sunday the focus shifted to the senate and whether lawmakers there will support some version of health care reform. >> in the senate you'll see a bill that is not costly as the house bill. it will be a smaller bill. >>reporter: the senator spts reform and a public option,
in america today. it's not only a $12 trillion national debt, we're in the worst economic depression since the 1930s. >> president obama's address is set for 8:00 tuesday night. >>> get out of my face. >> nobody cares. >> get out of my face. >> what are you doing? >> anti-war activist gets in to a physical altercation at an anti-war protest in california. she was there spreading her message to president obama to not send more of our troops to afghanistan. she attracted international attention for a protest outside of president bush's texas ranch in 2005. her son was killed during his service in the i rack war. >>> he cancels a meeting with police for the third time. the florida highway patrol has been trying to question the golf great about the accident he got in to friday morning. >> i can't tell right now. >> on the 911 tapes released today, you can hear several neighbors had called to report the crash. police say woods hit a fire hydrant and a tree. they say she used a golf club to smash out the window of his suv and pulled him out of the vehicle. >> we have help on the way. >> it's
owned ports america chesapeake. that firm agreed to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to construct a 50-foot berth for the port. >> as the panama canal widens and bigger ships are sailing the seas we will need bigger berths able to accommodate the ships so our port is competitive. so we create more jobs. >> port will be owned by the state of maryland. but ports america chesapeake will handle day-to-day operations at sieger. >> creating and sustaining high quality jobs. around our vital maritime commerce. >> each month about 35 container ships arrive at the port. state officials predict the number will grow as the number the jobs. three candace doldstruction jobs and twenty seven hundred permanent jobs for those handling cargo. >> it means we will continue to work and take care of families. >> with the economy struggling. workers say the timing this deal, could not be better. >> in baltimore, john rydell, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> the agreement is expected to generate $16 million in new state taxes. >> governor o'malley said it is time the arundel county council take a vote on sonic
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in america. >> joe: bottom three in the lineup for the yankees. swisher, cabrera, and pettitte. we're in the fifth inning now. 3-2 philadelphia. two home runs hit in this game. the first one by jayson werth. the last one by alex rodriguez. and strike one on swisher, who flied to right his first time up. 0 for 4 in this world series and out in front of that change-up. strike two. change-up that looks like a curveball. >> tim: i think that's the first curveball he has thrown tonight. surprised me, too, joe. >> joe: way out in front of it was swisher. it was a curveball. swisher trying to get out in the fifth takes high. >> tim: tried another curve. the reason cole hamels throws a fastball change-up he broke the humerus bone in his left arm his junior year in high school and, consequently, could not throw the curveball. couldn't bend the arm. so trevor hoffman was, of course, fastball/change-up, the superstopper, future hall of famer for the padres. >> joe: that is a fair ball down the left-field line into the corner. swisher will dig for second. ibanez digs it out of the corner and 8
are not treated appropriately. >> any vet in america will cross seas and check the horses and they are in good shape. >> members of the eight raber preservation society worry the actions taken at the south fulton street stable may mask another motive. >> well, i feel like the humane society has an agenda to take all horses off the streets in all cities. >> arabbers have been selling fruit on baltimore streets for 200 years. >> i don't hustle, sell drugs, none of that. it was a positive thing until they took it away. >> as the 19 horses are taken away. arabbers wonder if a city tradition may disappear too. >> very hurt. >> in southwest baltimore, kathleen cairns, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> well, tonight the horses are at the day's end rescue barn in woodbine. and they face code violations, city officials will meet with the arabbers to decide the fate of the stable. >> maryland marine killed in afghanistan. 26-year-old sergeant charles cartwright died saturday from union bridge. no word on how he died. cartwright was assigned to the first marine special operations battalion out of camp pendleton c
with the racial discussions in america. he has been a force for unamerican, and anti-american points of view. >> come hear him for yourself and be the judge whether or not you think he is racist. >> anne arundel county's naacp has sold 500 tickets. but it is far from sold out. >> this is the opposite of inclusiveness. reverend wright is decisive and made comments that were hateful against jewish americans, white americans, and at the same time, this event is supposed to raise money for scholarships for kids. >> county executive john leopold will not attend. the official word is he has a scheduling conflict. that's angered some of the award recipients like perry elan. >> if he is the head of the community he should be there. >> and ealim hopes the reverend sparks controversy. >> i think it was a great thing for the community because for the first time this community people begin to talk about what is the problem. and really the problem is black and white issue. race. >> a ticket to the banquet and reception is $100. the naacp will not reveal how much they are paying reverend wright to be here
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and it could cut can america's addiction to sugar. tax of a penny per ounce would add 10 to 20 cents on the average. that was the question of the day. should the government impose a tax on soft drink. 18 percent say yes. 82 percent say no. kenneth from baltimore writes. enough already. exactly how many taxes are we going to create for health care? when does it stop? >> go to foxbaltimore.com tell us what you think. you can sound off through facebook. send us a tweet @foxbaltimore. and text to 45203. and enter fox 45 a for yes. fox 45 b for no. >> well it has been one year since barack obama was elected president and several elections across the country, may show just how voters are feeling about it. craig boswell joins us live from washington with the latest. craig? >> good evening to you jennifer. yes the first test of president obama political influence and 2 most powerful jobs on the line were in new jersey and virginia. >> in virginia, the results are in. and as polls predict caned fox news channel shows mcdonald the winner of the race. democratic challenger deeds has con seated.
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